Bhayangkara F.C.

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Bhayangkara
Bhayangkara FC logo.svg
Full nameBhayangkara Football Club
Nickname(s)The Guardian
Founded2010; 9 years ago (2010), as Persikubar Kutai Barat a.k.a. Persebaya DU[1]
GroundMadya Stadium
Capacity9,170
OwnerPT Mitra Muda Inti Berlian[2]
CEOIGP Royke Lumowa
Head coachPaul Munster
LeagueLiga 1
2018Liga 1, 3rd
Current season

Active departments of
Bhayangkara

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Football (Men's) Football U-20 (Men's) Football U-18 (Men's) Football U-16 (Men's)

Bhayangkara Football Club, is an Indonesian professional football club based in Jakarta, Indonesia. They currently compete in the Liga 1.

History[edit]

In 2010, the Persikubar Kutai Barat team, were picked up by Vigit Waluyo and Wishnu Wardhana, and changed the name of Persikubar to Persebaya and they appointed PT MMIB as their manager, because they did not want the name Persebaya lost from the Indonesian League after the original Persebaya (Persebaya 1927) crossed into the Indonesia Premier League. In 2015, they change the name to Bonek FC Surabaya. In the 2015 General Sudirman Cup tournament, they changed the club's name to Surabaya United because Bonek 1927 denounced Bonek's name as a football club originally a supporter's name. On April 12, 2016, Surabaya United merged with PS Polri following 2016 Bhayangkara Cup and changed its name to Bhayangkara Surabaya United F.C. until September 2016. And in September 2016, they moved to Bekasi, and change their name to Bhayangkara F.C. until now.[3]

In 2017, they won the 2017 Liga 1 on head-to-head in a controversial way.[4]

Colours and badges[edit]

Honours[edit]

Stadium[edit]

Bhayangkara FC temporarily plays their home matches in Madya Stadium, in Jakarta while their home ground PTIK Stadium is being renovated. This is an Indonesian National Police owned stadium. The Stadium is located in the center of POLRI Institute for Higher Learning (PTIK).[7] Previously, for 2017 Liga 1, they used the Patriot Chandrabhaga Stadium as their home, along with Persija Jakarta.[8]

Supporters[edit]

Bhayangkara's supporters are called Bhara Mania and majority supported by the Indonesian National Police.[9]

Sponsorship[edit]

The main sponsor of Bhayangkara is Bank BNI[10]

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 10 January 2019[11]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Indonesia GK Wahyu Tri Nugroho
2 Indonesia DF Putu Gede
4 Indonesia DF Nurhidayat
5 Indonesia DF Muhammad Fatchurohman
8 Indonesia MF Muhammad Hargianto
10 Indonesia FW Jajang Mulyana
12 Indonesia GK Awan Setho
17 Indonesia FW Nur Iskandar
18 Indonesia MF Adam Alis
19 Indonesia MF Teuku Ichsan
20 Indonesia FW Ilham Armaiyn
21 Indonesia MF Sani Rizki Fauzi
23 Indonesia MF Wahyu Suboseto
24 Indonesia FW I Made Wirahadi
25 Indonesia GK Raflyandi Susanto
No. Position Player
27 Indonesia DF Indra Kahfi (captain)
28 Indonesia DF Alsan Sanda
30 Indonesia GK Iqbal Septiandi Putra
31 Indonesia DF Arif Setiawan
33 Brazil MF Bruno Matos
34 Brazil DF Anderson Salles
38 Indonesia GK Indra Adi Nugraha
55 Indonesia DF Bagas Adi Nugroho
70 Indonesia FW Dendy Sulistyawan
89 South Korea MF Lee Yoo-joon
90 Indonesia DF Yusran Rumadaul
91 Indonesia MF Ichwan Tuharea
98 Indonesia MF Reksa Maulana
99 Indonesia FW Herman Dzumafo

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
25 Indonesia GK Panggih Prio (at Persipura Jayapura until 31 December 2019)

Naturalized player[edit]

Country Player
Cameroon Cameroon Herman Dzumafo

Staff[edit]

Position Name
Director of Football Indonesia Yeyen Tumena
Manager Indonesia Sumardji
Head Coach Northern Ireland Paul Munster
Assistant Coach Indonesia Yeyen Tumena
Fitness Coach Indonesia Agus Sugeng Riyanto
Goalkeeping Coach Indonesia Maulana Hasanudin
Team Doctor Indonesia Al
Team Physiotherapist Indonesia Rian Panji Pangestu
Masseur Indonesia To Ha
Head Media Officer Indonesia Kukuh Setiawan
Media Officer Assistant Indonesia Faisal Hamid S.I.Kom
Media Officer Assistant Indonesia Rian Leleng
Kit & Equipment Manager Indonesia Masyur
Kit & Equipment Assistant Indonesia Taufik Anderson Usup

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "sejarah Bhayangkara FC". 10 November 2017.
  2. ^ "Para Bos di Belakang Klub-Klub Sepakbola Indonesia di Liga 1". tirto.id. 8 May 2018. Retrieved 20 October 2019.
  3. ^ Indonesia, CNN. "Bhayangkara FC: Dari Kutai Barat, Surabaya, Hingga Juara". cnnindonesia.com. Retrieved 8 December 2017.
  4. ^ "Bhayangkara FC Resmi Juara Liga 1 2017 - Goal.com". goal.com. Retrieved 8 December 2017.
  5. ^ Indonesia, CNN. "Bhayangkara FC: Dari Kutai Barat, Surabaya, Hingga Juara". CNN Indonesia. Retrieved 9 November 2017.
  6. ^ Indonesia, CNN. "Bhayangkara FC: Dari Kutai Barat, Surabaya, Hingga Juara".
  7. ^ "Resmi, Stadion PTIK Home Base Bhayangkara FC di Liga 1, Serasa Klub Juventus". Tribun Jateng. 2 May 2018. Retrieved 2 June 2018.
  8. ^ Liputan6.com. "Persija Berbagi Kandang dengan Bhayangkara FC". liputan6.com. Retrieved 8 November 2018.
  9. ^ "Riuh Bhara Mania Beri Dukungan Bhayangkara FC Hadapi Perseru - Tribunnews.com".
  10. ^ "Bhayangkara FC Dapat Sponsor Rp10 Miliar - Goal.com". 8 April 2017.
  11. ^ "Daftar Pemain Bhayangkara Liga 1". Retrieved 5 April 2018.